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28 SEPTEMBER 2011
THE SPY WHO LOVED ME TV4 FILM IN SWEDEN

By: FSWL team
Published:
2011-09-28
James Bond is fighting against a power-hungry shipowner broadcast on TV4 Film on Thursday, September 28, 2011 at 9:00pm.

James Bond is back in the action movie The Spy Who Loved Me from 1977. It is the tenth film about the womanizing agent. The British intelligence service MI6 forced to cooperate with the Russian KGB, when two nuclear submarines being stolen.

A British nuclear submarine disappears without a trace and Bond (Roger Moore) is assigned to find out what has happened. Meanwhile, a Russian submarine disappears and KGB sends out their top female agent Anya Amasova (Barbara Bach) to investigate.

Both sides believe that it is the other one that is behind the thefts but soon it becomes clear that none of them has anything to do with what has happened. The tracks leads them to the wealthy shipping magnate Karl Stromberg (Curd Jürgens) who has a marine research laboratory outside of Sardinia. MI6 and the KGB decide to cooperate and Bond and Amasova discover that Stromberg's plan is far more sinister than they ever imagined.

In the film, Bond also meet with the steel-teethed villain Jaws (Richard Kiel) for the first time.

Directed by Lewis Gilbert.

PICTURE BELOW:
The Swedish movie poster for The Spy Who Loved Me (1977) from Anders Frejdh's private collection.

Complete information on the official TV4 website:

www.tv4.se

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